Huawei Nova 3 and Nova 3i Landed in Hong Kong
According to Hong Kong media Unwire, Huawei released Nova 3 and Nova 3i phones in Hong Kong on August 15, officially bringing these two phones to the Hong Kong market. The former model was announced back on July 18 and has managed to become the first smartphone of the Nova series coming with four cameras. As for the latter, it’s almost the same phone renamed for other markets. We learned it will start its trip to the Southeast Asian market from July 28. So everything goes according to the plans.
The Huawei Nova 3i comes with a 4GB RAM+128GB storage combination and is available in blue, purple, pearl white, and bright black. This variant is priced at 2580 Hong Kong dollars ($328). As for the original Huawei Nova 3, it is packed with a 6GB RAM+128GB ROM memory combination and is available in blue and purple, acacia, and bright black, priced at 3,880 Hong Kong dollars ($494).
The Huawei Nova 3 smartphone uses a 3D hyperboloid glass, and it’s equipped with a 6.3-inch 19.5:9 new-generation full-screen, providing a resolution of 2340×1080 (409 PPI). The middle frame is 3.55mm. There is also Huawei’s own Kirin 970 processor (octa-core + micro-intelligent i7 architecture, 4 × Cortex A73 2.36GHz + 4 × Cortex A53 1.8GHz). The battery is 3650mAh. On the back, the phone carries a 16MP + 24MP dual-camera, while on the front, it sports a 24MP + 2MP camera.
The Huawei Nova 3i features a glass-graded body and a 6.3-inch bangs screen with a resolution of 2340×1080. The new Kirin 710 processor debuted with it. The latter uses a 12nm process and an octa-core architecture. Plus, it supports AI computing. Nova 3i battery capacity is 3340mAh, supporting 10w charging, and uses the traditional micro-USB interface. As for the camera, the Nova 3i uses a front-facing 16MP+ 2MP dual camera, while a 24MP + 2MP dual-color-lens camera is on the back.